|Satsumas ripen in late fall and winter in Louisiana|
My mother's Satsuma tree, outside her kitchen door, is heavily laden with ripe fruit. They are sweet and seedless. I brought in a bowl for the table as a centerpiece for the dining table.
I learned today what the extra five pounds on my hips is for.
They are for days like today, when I can't remember if I ate or not and I had to give my mother a shot.
I cooked today to relieve stress. I made red beans and rice, tomato stew with okra and bacon (the best), and pimiento cheese. I didn't eat all that; I just cooked it. Very therapeutic.
I plan to make a blackberry (dew berry, actually) cobbler today. Don't know yet if I will eat it.
After I cook, I will work on some more PA school supplemental applications.
|Red beans and rice with Tabasco|